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Hamilton County, OH March 2, 2004 Election
Candidates Answer Questions on the Issues
Clerk of Courts; County of Hamilton; Democratic Party

The questions were prepared by the League of Women Voters of the Cincinnati Area and asked of all candidates for this office.

See below for questions on Qualifications, Top Priority

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1. What are your qualifications for office?

Answer from Edwin A. Large:

I believe that I have the voice and the vision to lead the Clerk of Courts office in a new direction. The people of Hamilton county deserve an alternative in the court system and I am that alternative. We have a duty as public servants to ensure a more responsible and more responsive government for the people we serve.

2. How would you implement your top priority?

Answer from Edwin A. Large:

I will make it my top priority to examine the records system of the Clerk of Courts office and eliminate any sensitive information that can be accessed via the internet. I will open a dialogue with national, state, and local lawmakers to ensure that any action complies with current laws regarding privacy and access to public information. It will be my mission to protect our citizens sensitive personal information, such as social security numbers, from getting into the wrong hands.

Responses to questions asked of each candidate are reproduced as submitted to the League.  Candidates' statements are presented as submitted. The answer must not exceed 50 words for the first question (Qualifications), and 75 words for the second (Top Priority). Direct references to opponents are not permitted.

The order of the candidates is random and changes daily.

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